Ferrari has released the video that accompanied last week’s private unveiling of the all-new Ferrari FF all-wheel drive.
The introductory film details Ferrari’s extensive testing process, following the vehicle from development mule, to prototype, to pre-production car.
Conditions included ice and snow in Sweden and Finland, rough dirt roads in Argentina, and test tracks in Italy and France.
The video gives a quick glance at some of the FF’s (which stands for ‘Ferrari Four’) previously unseen interior details, including the red speedometer and its 8500rpm redline.
The photography is well beyond that of just any old internal testing film. We were particularly besotted by the snow drifting clip in Arvidsjaur, Sweden, at 1:01.
The navy vehicle tested in Balocco, Italy, at the end of the film is also especially pretty.
Read CarAdvice’s detailed report on the unveiling of the Ferrari FF from the weekend.